Glenuig Community Association
Glenuig Community Association (GCA) has been responsible for several initiatives in the area. Through determined fundraising, notably through the Glenuig Music Festival (1983-1993) the local community built the magnificent Glenuig Hall that is owned and managed by the GCA, and the Association is currently looking into the future of the village shop, hoping to build new premises and re-open the shop to be run as a Community Enterprise.
The GCA exists to benefit the Community by:
- Providing Recreational Facilities
- Encouraging an understanding of our Heritage, Culture and Environment
- Creating employment and Training opportunities
- To promote the management of a Community Centre in Glenuig for the benefit the people of Glenuig and its environs
- To promote the acquisition of skills and training in Glenuig and its environs
- To create employment opportunities for local people
- To promote the continuation of Gaelic Language and Culture in the area
- To maintain and manage the New Hall for the benefit of all the Community
- To develop a network to assist training
- To open up opportunities for development within a local framework
- To facilitate and encourage the development of subsidiary enterprises
Present Member Directors of Glenuig Community Association are: Pamela Conacher; Keith O’Connor; Eoghan Carmichael; Sue McCann; Martyn Green; Glenda Green; Alasdair Carmichael.
Read about the history of the GCA here
Read or download our constitution here
Our constitution is made of of the "Memorandum", which sets out our aims & objectives, and our "Articles of Association", which are the rules governing the running of the Association.
Find out about & apply for membership here
See our latest Annual Accounts here
Read the minutes of our Committee Meetings and AGMs HERE